Published December 15 2012
Contributions (December 15, 2012)Bank donates $5,000 to Bonanzaville program
Western State Bank has adopted the Land Office Bank building at Bonanzaville, West Fargo, and has donated $5,000 to the organizations Adopt-A-Building program for the buildings maintenance.
Veterans Home shelter project receives funding
The North Dakota American Legion has donated $4,646 to the North Dakota Veterans Home in Lisbon. The funds were raised last year as the Commanders Project of State Commander Bob Krause of Fargo.
The donation was matched by the North Dakota Veterans Home Foundation for a total donation of $9,246.
The funds will support construction of a shelter at the Veterans Home.
Brite-Way donates funds to local food bank
Brite-Way Window Cleaning, Fargo, has donated $1,000 to the Great Plains Food Bank, Fargo.
The funds will be used for general operating expenses.
Bremer hosting Holiday Nonprofit Giveaway
Bremer Bank will donate $2,000 to one nonprofit organization in Minnesota, North Dakota or Wisconsin through its Holiday Nonprofit Giveaway via Facebook.
To vote for a nonprofit, visit http://apps.facebook.com/bremerbankgiveaway/. The voting deadline is Thursday. Only one vote per individual will count toward the final results and the vote must be cast on the contest tab. The nonprofit that receives the most votes by the deadline will win the $2,000 donation.
No purchase or account at Bremer Bank is required to win.
Farm credit group donates to 4-H camp
AgCountry Farm Credit Services, Fargo, Farm Credit Services, Mandan, N.D., and Farm Credit Services of North Dakota, Minot, have donated $25,000 to the North Dakota 4-H Foundation.
The funds will support the foundations capital campaign to raise $1.9 million to renovate and expand the Western 4-H Camp near Washburn, N.D. The camp provides a 4-H camping opportunities to all youth and 4-H membership is not required to attend.
ASPCA awards grant to 4 Luv of Dog Rescue
4 Luv of Dog Rescue, a nonprofit animal rescue group in Fargo, has been awarded a $2,063 grant by the American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals.
The funds will be used to help cover the cost of veterinary expenses for rescued dogs in need of medical care.